Stop Number two
Hopefully you cracked the code while you were at Grill Steak Seafood! We’ve put our recommendation below for the best way to get there.
Head north on Hardware Ln, and turn right onto Lonsdale St. Go past the Emporium and Melbourne Central, and pop down Drewery Ln for a sneak peak of the iconic Kimmy K murial.
Keep going up Drewery Ln and make a right on Lt Lonsdale St.
In between something sweet and something striking you will find a set of doors with a peep-hole and the 18th Amendment on entry.
Head up the stairs and get teleported into a whole "old" world.
Here you will be sharing tender slow cooked pork ribs with a fresh summer salad filled with quinoa and bright vegetables.
Father’s Office is known for their signature cocktails, so if your throat is tickling for some lubrication, we highly recommend trying one! Their ‘Ink Gin Ticker’ or ‘Unusual Kingston Sour’ are phenomenal.
The 18th Amendment only forbade the “manufacture, sale and transportation of intoxicating liquors” - but not the actual consumption. By law, any wine, beer or spirits that Americans had stashed away in January 1920 were theirs to keep and enjoy in the privacy of their homes. For most people, this amounted to only a few bottles, but some affluent drinkers built cavernous wine cellars and even bought out whole liquor store inventories to ensure they had healthy stockpiles of legal hooch. Now, that’s a serious commitment to grog!
Game: Would you rather...?
Have fun asking each other hypothetical questions.
Use our questions below or get creative and make up your own!
Would you rather be completely invisible for one day or be able to fly for one day?
Would you rather live without chocolate or without alcohol?
Would you rather find your true love or a suitcase with five million dollars inside?
Would you rather be able to teleport anywhere or be able to read minds?
Would you rather relive the same day for 365 days or lose a year of your life?
Would you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods?